WASHINGTON – General Motors Co. is investing another $5.7 million at its Ingersoll, ON, Canada, assembly plant to hike production of its hot-selling Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain cross/utility vehicles. Additional moves could be coming, says a top Chevrolet executive here, though GM still is trying to determine how much additional production of its Theta Epsilon-based CUVs it needs. In an internal bulletin sent to CAMI Automotive Inc. plant workers yesterday and obtained by Ward’s, ...

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